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STUDENT HANDBOOK EE200

BACKGROUND OF THE FACULTY

Universiti Teknologi MARA is an institution of higher learning that offers professional


programmes which integrate science, industry and technology. During its early establishment in
1968, Faculty of Electrical Engineering was one of the departments in the School of Engineering.
The department started off with offering Advanced Diploma in Electrical Engineering and
followed by the Diploma in 1976.

In August 1996, Department of Electrical Engineering was upgraded to the Faculty of Electrical
Engineering and the advanced diploma programme was renamed as the Bachelor of Engineering
with Honours (Electrical). When the University obtained its university status in October 1996 (the
university was formally known as Institut Teknologi MARA), the faculty started to offer the post
graduate programmes namely Master of Science in Electrical Engineering by research and Doctor
of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering.

VISION AND MISSION OF UiTM

Vision : To establish UiTM as a premier IHL of outstanding scholarship and academic


excellence capable of providing leadership to Bumiputeras dynamic
involvement in all professional fields of world-class standards in order to
produce globally competitive graduates of sound technical standing.

Mission : To enhance the knowledge and expertise of Bumiputeras in all fields of study
through professional Programmes, research work, and community service
based on moral values and professional ethics.

General : Professional and versatile graduates with emphasis of 5 Pillars: P1-


Attributes Entrepreneurship, P2-Communication, P3-Leadership, P4-Innovation & P5-
for UiTM Creativity.
Graduates

VISION AND MISSION OF FKEPP

Vision : To be a renowned faculty based on academic excellence towards leading and


realizing the vision of the nation in becoming dynamic, progressive and
global in the field of electrical engineering through the world class
Programme offered in order to produce electrical engineers who are
competitive, global and ethical.

Mission : To uphold and enhance the intellectual level of the nation in electrical
engineering profession that assimilate between spiritual and noble values
through the transfer of knowledge, research work, and community service
based on moral values and professional ethics of an engineer.
FUNCTIONS OF THE FACULTY

The main functions of the faculty in upholding the government policy towards establishing
Universiti Teknologi MARA as a premier university are as follow:

a) Teaching and Learning to produce professional workforce in the area of electrical


engineering.
b) Research and Consultancy to foster a strong relationship with the industry in order to
enhance the knowledge and expertise in the current technology through research and
consultancy.
c) Publication to transfer and contribute to the pool of knowledge through the publications.
d) Community Services to serve the community, aligned with the social obligation of the
university towards the nation.

DEPARTMENTS IN THE FACULTY

There are five departments in the faculty:

a) Electronic Engineering
b) Power Engineering
c) Systems Engineering
d) Communications Engineering
e) Computer Engineering

PROGRAMMES OFFERED

The faculty offered the following programmes:

a) Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electrical (EE220)


b) Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EE200)
c) Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Control and Instrumentation) (EE110)
d) Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Electronics) (EE111)
e) Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Power) (EE112)
ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE

FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

REKTOR

KETUA PUSAT PENGAJIAN

SETIAUSAHA

KOORDINATOR IJAZAH KOORDINATOR DIPLOMA

KETUA BIDANG KETUA BIDANG KETUA BIDANG KETUA BIDANG KETUA BIDANG

ELEKTRONIK KUASA KOMUNIKASI SISTEM KOMPUTER

LECTURER
FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINNG

FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONS.) ELECTRICAL AND


ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (EE200)

Programme Educational Outcomes (PEO)


PEO1 Demonstrate competency in their professional career and contribute towards
engineering profession in related field of electrical/electronic engineering
practices

PEO2 Engage in multidisciplinary professional field within a global and societal context

PEO3 Engage in professional development through advanced degree, research,


consultancy and/or professional studies

Programme Outcomes (PO)


PO1 Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to the solution of
complex electrical/electronic engineering problems.
PO2 Identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex electrical/electronic engineering
problems reaching substantiated conclusions.
PO3 Ability to design solutions for complex electrical/electronic engineering problems with
appropriate consideration for public health and safety, culture, society, and environment.
PO4 Ability to conduct investigation into complex electrical/electronic problems using research
based knowledge and research methods.
PO5 Ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and
IT tools, including prediction and modelling, involving complex electrical engineering activities.
PO6 Ability to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent
responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
PO7 Identify the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts
and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
PO8 Ability to apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and
norms of engineering practice.
PO9 Ability to communicate effectively on complex electrical/electronic engineering activities and
write effective reports including design documentation and presentations.
PO10 Function effectively as an individual, and as member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-
disciplinary settings.
PO11 Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-
long learning.
PO12 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles, and work
as a member and leader in a team to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
B Eng. (Hons.) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EE200)
Programme Structure

SEMESTER 1 HOUR
COURSE
COMPONENT CREDIT CONTACT
CODE COURSE L T LAB
HOUR HOUR

UNIVERSITY HEP1 Co-Curriculum 1 1 2 0 0 2


MAT435 Calculus for Engineers 3 3 1 0 4
EEE411 Circuit Theory 3 3 1 0 4
ESE411 Signals and Systems 3 3 1 0 4
ECM413 Basic Communication Engineering 3 3 1 0 4
FACULTY ECE411 Computer Programming 3 2 0 2 4
TOTAL 16 16 4 2 22
SEMESTER 2 HOUR
COURSE
COMPONENT CREDIT CONTACT
CODE COURSE L T LAB
HOUR HOUR
HEP2 Co-Curriculum 2 1 2 0 0 2
UNIVERSITY CTU551 Islam and Asian Civilization 2 2 0 0 2
ELE414 Electronics 3 3 1 0 4
EPO414 Basic Power Engineering 3 3 1 0 4
ESE414 Basic Instrumentation and Control 3 3 1 0 4
ECE414 Digital Systems 3 3 1 0 4
FACULTY EEE415 Electrical Engineering Laboratory 1 1 0 0 3 3
TOTAL 16 16 4 3 23
SEMESTER 3 HOUR
COURSE
COMPONENT CREDIT CONTACT
CODE COURSE L T LAB
HOUR HOUR

ELC500 English for Academic Reading 2 2 0 0 2


UNIVERSITY CTU555 History of Malaysia 2 2 0 0 2
MAT455 Further Calculus for Engineers 3 3 1 0 4
ELE511 Material and Semiconductors Devices 3 3 1 0 4
ECE513 Multimedia Systems and Applications 3 2 0 2 4

FACULTY ECE514 Computer Organisation 3 3 1 0 4

TOTAL 16 15 3 2 20
SEMESTER 4 HOUR
COURSE
COMPONENT CREDIT CONTACT
CODE COURSE L T LAB
HOUR HOUR

MAT575 Introduction To Numerical Analysis 3 3 1 0 4


ECM515 Electromagnetic Theory 3 3 1 0 4
ECE515 Microprocessor Systems 3 2 0 2 4
EPO513 Power Electronics and Drives 3 3 1 0 4
ELE512 Electronic Circuit Analysis 3 3 1 0 4
FACULTY EEE515 Electrical Engineering Laboratory 2 1 0 0 3 3
TOTAL 16 14 4 5 23
SEMESTER 5 HOUR
COURSE
COMPONENT CREDIT CONTACT
CODE COURSE L T LAB
HOUR HOUR

HEP3 Co-Curriculum 3 1 2 0 0 2
UNIVERSITY APB1 Third Language ( Level 1 ) 2 2 0 0 2
QMT500 Statistics for Engineering 3 3 1 0 4
ECM551 Communication Systems Engineering 3 3 1 0 4
ESE551 Control Systems 3 3 1 0 4
EPO551 Electrical Insulation and Utilisation 3 3 1 0 4
FACULTY EEE525 Electrical Engineering Laboratory 3 1 0 0 3 3
TOTAL 16 16 4 3 23
SEMESTER 6 HOUR
COURSE
COMPONENT CREDIT CONTACT
CODE COURSE L T LAB
HOUR HOUR

UNIVERSITY APB2 Third Language ( Level 2 ) 2 2 0 0 2


ESE553 Digital Signal Processing 3 3 1 0 4
ELE552 Electronic Circuit Design 3 3 1 0 4
EPO552 Power System Analysis 3 3 0 1 4
FACULTY EEE535 Electrical Engineering Laboratory 4 1 0 0 3 3
ELECTIVE Electives 1 3 3 1 0 4
TOTAL 15 14 4 3 21
SEMESTER 7 HOUR
COURSE
COMPONENT CREDIT CONTACT
CODE COURSE L T LAB
HOUR HOUR

UNIVERSITY APB3 Third Language ( Level 3 ) 2 2 0 0 2


EEE600 Final Year Project 1 2 0 0 4 4
FACULTY EEE611 Integrated System Design 3 1 0 4 5
Electives 2 3 3 1 0 4
Electives 3 3 3 1 0 4
ELECTIVE Electives 4 3 3 1 0 4
TOTAL 16 12 3 8 23
FACULTY EEE651 Industrial Training 5 0 0 0 0
SEMESTER 8 HOUR
CONTACT
COURSE CREDIT HOUR
COMPONENT CODE COURSE HOUR L T LAB
EWC611 English for Report Writing 2 2 0 0 2
UNIVERSITY ENT600 Technology Entrepreneurship 3 3 1 0 4

EEE650 Final Year Project 2 4 0 0 8 8


EEE652 Selected Industrial Topics 2 2 0 0 2
FACULTY EEE653 Electrical Engineer in Society 3 3 1 0 4
TOTAL 19 10 2 8 20
GRAND TOTAL 130 113 28 34 175
List of Elective Courses According to Areas of Field / Specialisation

Areas Code Elective Courses Semester

ECM552 Digital Communication System 6


ECM642 Antenna Design and Analysis 7
ECM643 Mobile Radio Communications 7
Communication
ECM645 Radio Frequency Design 7
ECM644 Satellite Communication Systems 7
ECM646 Special Topic in Communication Engineering 7
ECE553 Embedded Systems 6
ECE646 Computational Intelligence 7
ECE644 Data Communication and Computer Network 7
Computer
ECE645 Digital Image Processing 7
ECE647 Operating Systems 7
ECE650 Special Topic in Computer Engineering 7
ELE556 Integrated Circuit Design 6
ELE612 Digital System Design and Synthesis 7
ELE613 Nanotechnology 7
Electronic
ELE615 Semiconductor Fabrication Technology 7
ELE616 Special Topic in Electronic Engineering 7
ELE614 VLSI System Design 7
EPO553 Power System Operation and Control 6
EPO618 Electrical Energy Economics and Planning 7
EPO617 Electrical Energy Utilization & Practice 7
Power
EPO616 High Voltage Engineering 7
EPO614 Power Electronics Application 7
EPO619 Special Topic in Power Engineering 7
ESE554 Industrial Instrumentation 6
ESE614 Intelligent Control Systems 7
ESE613 Modern Control Systems and Design 7
System
ESE612 Practical Robotics 7
ESE611 Process Control 7
ESE615 Special Topic in System Engineering 7
EBM552 Biomedical Modelling and Simulation 6
EBM611 Medical Imaging 7
Biomedical EBM612 Medical Instrumentation 7
EBM613 Rehabilitation Engineering 7
EBM614 Special Topic in Biomedical Engineering 7
COURSE DESCRIPTION

SEMESTER 1

1. EEE411-Circuit Theory
The course covers the basic network theory. It deals with direct current (DC) and alternating
current (AC), basic theorem and electrical quantities relationship in circuit network, both in
direct and alternating current and DC transient.

2. ESE411-Signals and Systems


The course introduces basic concepts of linear system. The emphasis will be on continuous-
time signals and systems, Fourier series and Laplace transform. The above concepts are used
in solving typical engineering problems.

3. ECM413- Basic Communication Engineering


This course provides students with a comprehensive treatment of the basic communications
engineering to be covered through lectures, class discussions, tutorials and quizzes. These will
be intensified through audio visual aids, samples and models wherever required.

4. ECE411- Computer Programming


This course provides an introduction to programming and its applications in solving general
engineering numerical problems.

SEMESTER 2

1. ELE414- Electronics
This course introduces solid state and some basic electronic devices made from it followed by
the operating concepts of the electronic devices, their characteristics and applications in simple
electronic circuits.

2. EPO414- Basic Power Engineering


This course introduces the basis of electric power engineering. Aspects of power engineering
included are characteristics of common electric machines, power system structure and
apparatus, basic system modelling and basic load studies.
3. ESE414- Basic Instrumentation and Control
This subject covers measurement standard, transducers and signal conditioning. Second part
of the subject will be focused on the aspect of control systems theory which includes
mathematical modeling, stability and time domain analysis.

4. ECE414- Digital Systems


This course introduces the basic building blocks of practical digital systems. It includes
techniques necessary for the design of simple digital circuits and the analysis of sequential
circuits.

5. EEE415- Electrical Engineering Laboratory 1


This course provides the laboratory works for the courses such as Basic Instrumentation and
Control, Digital System, Basic Communication Engineering and Basic Power Engineering.

SEMESTER 3

1. ELE 511- Material and Semiconductor Devices


This course provides introduction to engineering material and basic understanding of the
semiconductor physics leading to the operation of junction and field-effect devices. Device
operation, physical behaviour and electrical properties of solid-state devices are covered.

2. ECE 513- Multimedia Systems and Applications


This course provides students with the essential knowledge on multimedia systems and
applications. To develop knowledge and understanding of the underlying hardware and
software developments which enable multimedia technology development.

3. ECE 514- Computer Organisation


This course covers the fundamental of computer architecture. The topics covers the science
and art of selecting and interconnecting hardware components to create a computer that meets
functional, performance and cost goals. This course introduces the basic principles and
hardware structures of a modern programmable computer.

SEMESTER 4

1. ECM 515- Electromagnetic Theory


The course introduces basic electromagnetic theory through development of concepts and
formulation of general laws and their application to specific problems.
2. ECE515- Microprocessor Systems
This course provides students with the essential knowledge on microprocessor systems and
program design. The main topics provide guidelines on the operations of a microprocessor.

3. EPO 513- Power Electronics and Drives


This course introduces the basis of power electronics. Aspects of power electronics covered
are power switching devices, its operating characteristics and drive requirements; power
conversion systems including rectifier, various types of inverters, and choppers and AC
control techniques; analysis of the steady state and transient operation of electrical machine
drive systems that allows the specification of suitable converters and machines for the speed and
position control system.

4. ELE 512-Electronic Circuit Analysis


The subject provides the concept of electronic circuit analysis which consists of multistage
amplifiers, differential amplifiers, amplifiers frequency response, negative feedback
amplifiers and large signal amplifiers.

5. EEE 515-Electrical Engineering Laboratory 2


This laboratory course provides students with practical hands on experience with the concepts
presented in class for courses such as Power Electronic and Drives, Electronics Circuit Analysis,
and Fabrication and Mini Project.

SEMESTER 5

1. ECM 551- Communication Systems Engineering


This course provides students with the principles of transmission lines, antenna and wave
propagation. It also discusses mobile, satellite and optical communication concepts.

2. ESE 551- Control Systems


This course introduces students to the analytical methods in frequency and time domain. For
the design of linear feedback system, it concentrates on root locus and frequency response
techniques. The course of state variable and state equations are introduced so as to give an
exposure to both the classical and modern control methods.

3. EPO 551-Electrical Insulation and Utilisation


This course covers the measurement of high voltage with emphasis is given to the insulation,
cable and protection. The course also covers the utilization of electrical power in illumination,
heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
4. EEE 525- Electrical Engineering Lab 3
This laboratory course provides students with practical hands on experience with the concepts
presented in class for courses such as Electrical Power Generation and Utilisation,
Communication Systems Engineering, and Control Systems.

SEMESTER 6

1. ESE 553- Digital Signal Processing


This subject introduces the principles of digital signal processing. The students will be
exposed to MATLAB mathematical software to generate computer implementations of the
techniques for signals and systems analysis and design.
.
2. ELE 552- Electronic Circuit Design
The subject provides the fundamental of operational amplifier and includes the knowledge on
the operational amplifier application and design.

3. EPO 552- Power Systems Analysis


This course aims to provide a solid foundation for the study of power system modelling and its
analysis. Fundamentals of fault analysis and system protection are also covered.

4. EEE 535-Electrical Engineering Laboratory 4


This laboratory course provides students with practical hands on experience with the concepts
presented in Electronic Circuit Design, Power System Analysis, Digital Signal Processing,
Electronic Circuit Design, and Power System Analysis class.

SEMESTER 7

1. EEE600- Final Year Project 1


The course is intended for students to take an individual project, which will be supervised by
a member of the faculty with relevant expertise. The selected project will be a technical topic
in electrical and electronics engineering. This course also introduces the students to the
principles and techniques of scientific research. Students are required to conduct a library
search and literature review for a project selected. In addition, students are expected to do
project planning and preliminary experimental, computer simulation and theoretical
investigation of the project. At the end of the course the students are expected to prepare a
project proposal under the guidance of supervisor to be evaluated.
2. EEE 611- Integrated System Design
This course implements the Integrated Design Project which involve collaborative design
project with end user or customer. Students are required to identify, translate and solve the
engineering problems using suitable engineering system. Students also required
communicating these solutions in oral presentations and written reports. It is aims to provide a
comprehensive design experience for students in a team-oriented format and to expose
students to various economic, ethical and social effects related to their design project.

3. EBM 611- Medical Imaging


The course introduces the basic principles and design of medical diagnostic imaging
equipment. A few medical imaging technologies are covered such as X-rays, gamma rays, and
computed tomography, fluoroscopy, mammography, projection radiography, magnetic
resonance imaging, ultrasound, biomagnetic diagnostics, laser and optoelectronics.

4. EBM612- Medical Instrumentation


The course introduces the principles of operation of various types of instrument involved in
medical world. The discussion begins with the origin of bioelectric signal from human body.
This is then followed by electrodes principles and the importance of amplifier in medical
equipment.

5. EBM 613- Rehabilitation Engineering


This course introduces students to the rehabilitation engineering and clinical rehabilitation.
The principles and terminology of rehabilitation engineering are introduced that covers the
clinical rehabilitation practitioner and disability terminology. Emphasis is on the biomedical
devices and interface, tool of neororehabilitation, prosthetics and orthotics approaches and
technologies.

6. EBM 614- Special Topic in Biomedical Engineering


This course will study a selected advanced topic and techniques of current interest in
biomedical engineering. Teaching and learning will focus on concepts not included in the
existing course syllabus and includes recent development and progress in the subject area.

7. ECM642- Antenna Design and Analysis


This subject aims to furnish a detailed treatment of microwave sub-systems and antennas,
which form the backbone of transmission systems. The emphasis will be more towards design
rather than analysis.
8. ECM 643- Mobile Radio Communications
Mobile radio systems are used to provide a wireless link among mobile users. This course
covers the cellular concept and radio wave propagation. It also provides knowledge in multiple
access techniques and GSM architecture and standards.

9. ECM 645- Radio Frequency Design


The course introduces design methods for RF and microwave frequencies which is essential
for communication engineering. The emphasis will be more on design work rather than theory.

10. ECM 644- Satellite Communication Systems


This course introduces an overview of satellite communications which includes satellite
launching, satellite communication system concept, satellite link design, modulation
technique, and multiple access technique and satellite services.

11. ECM 646- Special Topic in Communication Engineering


This course will study a selected advanced topic and techniques of current interest in
communication engineering. Teaching and learning will focus on concepts not included in the
existing course syllabus and includes recent development and progress in the subject area.

12. ECE 646- Computational Intelligence


The course introduces the principles, theories and implementations of computational
intelligence techniques. Two commonly used computational intelligence tools artificial neural
network and genetic algorithm will be described and used to design and analyze to solve
specific engineering problem. This is to develop a foundation that can be used as the basis for
further study and research.

13. ECE 644- Data Communication and Computer Network


The purpose of this course is to introduce the concepts and methodologies for data
communication and networking system, and to develop a foundation that can be used as the
basis for further study and research.

14. ECE645- Digital Image Processing


The purpose of this course is to introduce the concepts and methodologies for digital image
processing and to develop a foundation that can be used as the basis for further study and
research.

15. ECE 647- Operating Systems


This course covers the fundamental concepts and algorithms in designing operating systems
(OS). The topics are overview of operating systems, process management, coordination,
memory management, storage management and distributed systems.
16. ECE 650- Special Topic in Computer Engineering
This course will study a selected advanced topic and techniques of current interest in computer
engineering. Teaching and learning will focus on concepts not included in the existing course
syllabus and includes recent development and progress in the subject area.

17. ELE 612- Digital System Design and Synthesis


This course is to provide the student with the concept and skills necessary to design a digital
system. It introduces a student to hardware description language (HDLs) by using commercial
Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) tools to model digital system.

18. ELE 613- Nanotechnology


The course is an introduction to nanotechnology covering nanofabrication, nanomaterials and
its application.

19. ELE 615- Semiconductor Fabrication Technology


The subject serves as an introduction to semiconductor manufacturing technology. It covers
fundamental IC fabrication process steps and the integration of the steps for different
microelectronic device technology. Technology CAD simulation is implemented to aid
learning of basic concepts. Technology trend in the semiconductor industry is introduced.

20. ELE 616- Special Topic in Electronic Engineering


This course will study a selected advanced topic and techniques of current interest in computer
engineering. Teaching and learning will focus on concepts not included in the existing course
syllabus and includes recent development and progress in the subject area.

21. ELE 614- VLSI System Design


The course focuses on the design of complex digital systems with an emphasis on hands-on
chip design. It will cover both the bottom-up design approach and top down approach. It will
cover the system level design for VLSI. This includes the circuits and performance
estimations, combinational and sequential logic circuits design, system design methodology,
data path subsystems, array subsystems and special purpose subsystems. The course will use
hardware description language (HDL) and electronic design automation (EDA) tools in
designing digital systems such as simple microprocessor.

22. EPO 618- Electrical Energy Economics and Planning


This subject introduces the economics aspects in power system in terms of its market
requirement, effects of security and transmission to the electricity pricing and discusses the
issues of investments in power generation and transmission equipment.

23. EPO 617- Electrical Energy Utilization & Practice


This subject deals with current engineering practice. Areas covered are electrical installation
design, power quality management and industrial power system practice.
24. EPO 616- High Voltage Engineering
Large system depends on high voltages system used in power transfer. The basics of high
voltage laboratory techniques and phenomena, together with the principles governing the
design of high voltage insulation, are covered in this course.

25. EPO 614- Power Electronics Application


The power electronics course covers power conversion circuits which include rectifiers, AC
voltage controllers, DC choppers, switched-mode inverters, harmonics, semiconductor devices
and switching circuits.

26. EPO 619- Special Topic in Power Engineering


This course will study a selected advanced topic and techniques of current interest in power
engineering. Teaching and learning will focus on concepts not included in the existing course
syllabus and includes recent development and progress in the subject area.

27. ESE 614- Intelligent Control Systems


The course introduces the basic concepts, principles and theories of intelligent control system.
Two commonly used intelligent control technique tools, fuzzy logic control and artificial
neural network control will be described. The techniques are used to design and analyse the
specific engineering problem.

28. ESE 613-Modern Control Systems and Design


This course introduces students to the analytical methods of control system design and
analysis using state space techniques involving both SISO/MIMO linear and nonlinear
systems. The course provides the student with standard undergraduate background in control
theory and basic knowledge of stability concepts. Optimal and adaptive control techniques are
introduced for the control system design.

29. ESE612-Practical Robotics


This course introduces the fundamental concepts of robotics and its various applications.
Topics related to robots movement and sensing will be discussed. Students will learn on
practical aspects in designing and constructing a functional robot using appropriate tools and
components. Assignments will be given where students are required to work in a small team to
construct an autonomous mobile robot. The emphasis is on engineering design, control
programming to drive actuators and the use of sensors for detection and measurement. Each
team will present their assignments with oral presentations and written reports. The students
will engage in team related activities and cultivate interpersonal relations through the group
assignments.
30. ESE611- Process Control
The course is to expose the students on the plant process control schemes and strategies. The
topic covers the process and instrumentation diagram, process system dynamics, controller
tuning, system analysis and design strategy of control systems involves in industrial process
control system. Computer simulation on operation of process control and industrial project
design will also be included.

31. ESE615- Special Topic in System Engineering


This course will expose the students to the theoretical concept and practice of control
technology in industry. The technology explained including PLC and automation, SCADA,
distributed control system and computer controlled system.

SEMESTER 8

1. EEE 653- Electrical Engineer in Society


This course has been designed to accommodate the engineer in Society syllabus of the
Institution of Engineers (IEM), Malaysia and Board of Engineers (BEM), Malaysia. Pre-
selected engineering management topics from the original IEM/BEM syllabus have been
omitted and other relevant topics are covered in the syllabus. Topics includes a wide range of
management theories, concepts, Rules and Regulations, Acts, By-laws, Code of Practices,
Local and International Standards and other related inter-relationships between the current role
of the practicing consultants and supervising engineers, the society and environment at large
and current engineering issues faced by engineers, society and environment related to
engineering progress and development.

2. EEE 650- Final Year Project II


This subject is intended to enable student to design, construct and testing of project
investigated in Project I. Student will submit a formal project report that will be based on work
done during Project I and Project II.

3. EEE 652- Selected Industrial Topics


This course provides an exposure to current technologies available in Malaysian industries.
Every student will choose three different topics on subjects related to his/her discipline. The
period for each topic is 18 hours. Each topic will be conducted by lecturer from industry and
who is very experienced in his/her own field. Some examples of the coverage for each topic
include theoretical applications in industries, case studies, practical experiences, usage of high
end equipment, etc.
ACADEMIC REGULATION

(Should also refer to the booklet Peraturan Akademik UiTM, pindaan 2013.Bil 1)

1) Course registration
I. Registration must be done online through Student Information Gateway (i-
Student Portal) by following the procedures prescribed by the University.
II. Total credit hours for student of Diploma and Degree must be between 17-23
credit units except for the semester of industrial training / final year students
who will be graduating.
III. Undergraduate students in their final semester with status of Pass are allowed to
take maximum of 24 credit units with the approval of Faculty Dean/Campus
Rector for graduation.
IV. Diploma student with P status is not allowed to register for more than twelve
(12) credit units in specific semester
V. Undergraduate student with P status is not allowed to register for more than
fifth teen (15) credit units in specific semester.

a. Add/Drop Course
i. Add Course
Students who have already registered for a course can apply to add course through
online by following the procedures prescribed by the University.

ii. Drop Course


Student who has already registered for a course can apply to drop the respective
course through online by following the procedures prescribed by the University.

b. Course Validation
i. Students are required to validate the registered courses through online and print a
copy of the registration within fourteen (14) days after the deadline of add/drop
course. If students do not make the validation, the registration is automatically
considered as valid and final.

c. Attendance
i. Students are required to attend lectures and other learning activities such as
workshops/tutorials/laboratories/studios/fields/practical training/practicum and
clinics as stated in curriculum.
ii. Students who do not achieve 80% attendances of total contact hours for each course
without any written permission from faculty/academic centre/ state UiTM /branch
UiTM are not allowed to sit for the final examination of the course.
iii. For the course with no final examination, the course works will not be assessed.
iv. The students in (ii) and (iii) will be given Grade F or Fail with ZZ status and must
pay the process fee of RM100.00.

d. Examination
i. Students have to check Penyata Kelayakan Menduduki Peperiksaan (Temporary)
displayed in the UiTM web site (i-Student Portal). Any amendments must have the
consent from the Program Head/Academic Advisor within fourteen (14) days after
the deadline of add/drop course.
ii. Students must validate Penyata Kelayakan Menduduki Peperiksaan (Temporary)
through i-Student Portal. If students do not make the validation, the script is
automatically considered as valid and final.
iii. The official print of Penyata Kelayakan Menduduki Peperiksaan must be printed by
the students through UiTM Website (i-Student Portal) after the process of registration
and validation the Penyata Kelayakan Menduduki Peperiksaan (Temporary) are
done. Any amendments are NOT allowed.
iv. Student who fails to bring the Penyata Kelayakan Menduduki Peperiksaan for the
courses which have final examination assessment will not be allowed to sit for the
respective examination.
v. Application for exemption from sitting the final exam for certain course should be
addressed to the Dean/Rector with the related documents before the date of final
examination of the respective course.
vi. Application for exemption from sitting the ongoing examination should be addressed
to the Dean/Rector within twenty four (24) hours after the respective examination
ends, accompanied with Medical certificate from Pusat Kesihatan UiTM/ Klinik
Kerajaan/ Pusat Kesihatan Kerajaan/ Hospital Kerajaan/ Pegawai Perubatan dari
panel perubatan majikan.
vii. Application can be made in written or using form of HEA/RP/TMP-01 [Kebenaran
Tidak Menduduki Peperiksaan Akhir].
viii. If the application is approved, student will be given XX status for the respective
course
v. If the application is disapproved, the student will be given YY status in which
the course work marks of the respective course will not be considered.
Students must pay the process fee of RM100.00.

GRADING/ASSESSMENT POLICY

(Should also refer to the booklet Peraturan Akademik UiTM)

1) Examination Results and course evaluation is given in term of grade and grade value
(refer table 5.1)
Table 5.1: Grading Evaluation Table

GRADE GRADE VALUE ACHIVEMENT


A+ 4.00 Excellence
A 4.00 Excellence
A- 3.67 Excellence
B+ 3.33 Credit
B 3.00 Credit
B- 2.67 Credit
C+ 2.33 Pass
C 2.00 Pass
C- 1.67 Fail
D+ 1.33 Fail
D 1.00 Fail
E 0.67 Fail
F 0.00 Fail
2) The status for each course is given as follows:

LU : Pass
F1 : Fail a course on first attempt
F2 : Fail a course on second attempt
F3 : Fail a course on third attempt
PD : Credit Transfer
PC : Credit Exemption
TL : Incomplete
UD: Audit
FD : Disciplinary Action
XX: Absent from final examination with permission
YY: Absent from final examination without permission
ZZ : Barred from taking final examination for courses with final
examination; or not given the assessment marks for courses
without the final examnination

Note: The grade value for YY and ZZ is 0.00 and process fees of RM100.00 will be given

3) Incomplete Status (TL)


a) A TL status is for courses such as project exercise/practical training which is not
completed within a specific term.
b) A TL status cannot be more than one (1) consecutive semester. If the student does not
complete the assigned exercise/practical training within the specific time frame
given, he/she is entitled to an F Grade or Fail.
c) Any student with a TL status is required to register as student by paying study fees
and registering for the course.

4) Examination Results Status


a) Based on the CGPA achievement, students will be given the examination results
status as follows:

ANC : Completed with Vice Chancellors Award


TS : Completed with Deans List Award
TM : Completed
LNT : Pass Upgrade
AD : Deans List Award
LU : Pass
P : Probation (Unsatisfactory)
D : Fail and Terminated

b) Status of Completed with Vice Chancellors Award (ANC) , Completed with Deans
List Award (TS) and Deans List Award (AD) are awarded to excellent students

c) Status of passed (LU) and Completed (TM) are awarded to students with
satisfactory performance.

d) Status of probation (P) is awarded to students with unsatisfactory performance and it


is divided into two categories:
i. P1: First Probation acquired CGPA of 1.80 to 1.99 in a semester.
ii. P2: Second Probation acquired CGPA of less than 2.00 after obtaining
a P1 probation in the previous final semester.

e) Unsatisfactory performance for the Fail and Termination status (D):

D1: CGPA less than 1.80


D2: CGPA less than 1.80 after the P1 status
D3: CGPA less than 2.00 after the P2 status
D4: Fail in a certain course for the third time
D5: CGPA of less than 2.00 at the end of maximum period of study
period and have courses which are still not completed.
D6: Passed the entire courses required by the programme and
fulfilled all of the programmes requirements but acquired
CGPA of less than 2.00.

D7: Did not sit for the examination of all registered courses without
approval of the University.

.
5) Examination Result Slip
i. The examination slip that has been endorsed by the Senate will be released
through online student information portal (i-Student Portal) and printed by
student for own record. The self-printed Examination Result Slip is certified
as official print where no signature required.
ii. The University reserves the right to retain the Examination Result Slip if
students fail to observe the rules and regulations of the University.

6) Breach of conduct regarding Examination and Evaluation


i. Students who are found guilty under Article 3 (j), 3 (k) and Article 5, Academic
Institution Articles (Student Conduct) 1976, will be penalised based on decision
of the University Disciplinary Board.
ii. Students who are found guilty of an offence by the University Disciplinary Board
will be given an F Grade or fail, or an FD status by the Senate.
iii. Students who have been proven to commit plagiarism in their academic
project/assignment will be given an F Grade or fail with an FD status by the
Senate.

7) Re-administration of Examination
The University reserves the right to re-administer an examination as it deems fit the
following situations:

i. A leak in the final examination question.


ii. A candidate is not able to sit for the final examination because of
natural disaster.
iii. The Vice Chancellors directive.
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

(Should refer to Industrial Training Handbook)

As part of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Electrical course requirement, all seventh
semester students have to complete three months of compulsory practical attachment in either
government or private sector organizations. The Malaysian Engineering Accreditation Council
(EAC) has stated that an undergraduate has to undergo at least eight weeks of industrial training as
part of their course.

It provides an opportunity for the students to experience real working environment first hand
whilst at the same time benefit them in terms of their personal and professional development.
Furthermore feedbacks gathered from the participating organizations help the students as well as
the faculty in improving the character and professional skills of the graduate.

The training will start immediately upon completion of the final examination in semester 7. In
semester 7 the students should have passed their compulsory elective modules so that they are
more prepared and have acquired necessary information/knowledge to do the training. In the event
of failure to secure a placement the students are allowed to do the training upon completion of the
final examinations in semester 8.

The students who have had working experiences in the related areas are allowed to apply for an
exemption subjected to approvable from the Head of the Undergraduate Programme.

1) Objectives

a) Acquaint with the structure of an organization and its management system.


b) Acquaint with the various equipments used in working environment.
c) Understanding of the organization work ethical in terms of interpersonal interaction,
discipline, rules/regulations and methods of performing assigned tasks.
d) Promote symbiotic environment that will encourage interaction.
e) Improve self-confidence through acquired hard skill and soft skill.

2) Student Role

a) Learn from the observation, experience gained and supervision.


b) Corporate with the organization and work colleagues.
c) Form good interaction between all parties including work colleagues, management
and visiting lecturers involved.
d) Be prepared to contribute in any way deemed necessary.
e) Abide by and adhered to any terms and regulations set upon by the organization.
3) Contribution by the Participating Organization

a) Prepare a suitable training programme for the students in accordance with the
objectives outlined above.
b) Provide a suitable training staff to supervise and assist in giving a proper guidance as
well as assessing the progress of the trainees.
c) Encourage the trainees to be involved in tasks that require responsibility.
d) Guide the trainees as to the health and safety issues.

4) Placement Duration

a) Minimum requirement set forth by the Malaysian Engineering Accreditation Council


(EAC) is eight (8) weeks.
b) Once within the duration of the study preferably during the semester break between
the seventh (7th) semester and eight (8th) semesters.
FINAL YEAR PROJECT
(Should refer to Final Year Project Handbook)

The Final Year Project is a major component of the undergraduate degree course in Electrical
Engineering. The main objective is to develop problem solving, analysis, synthesis and evaluation
skills in the field of Electrical Engineering. While working on the project, the students would also
be able to develop personal and social skills such as time management, self-confidence and
interaction. The evaluation of the Final Year Degree Project indirectly provides the students with
training in technical and communication skills.

The Final Year Degree Project is implemented in two semesters, that is, semester 7 (1 credit hour)
and semester 8 (5 credit hour) of the study period. Students should prepare their work schedule
and adhere to it so that the project would be completed within the two semesters. Students must
keep a logbook to record their progress and the supervisor should initial the logbook. Students and
supervisor should meet regularly so that the progress of the project could be monitored.
Supervisors are advised to ascertain the standard and quality of projects carried out. For the degree
level, a good project should include a fair amount of design and synthesis, some form of hardware
or software implementation, followed by measurement and data acquisition.

The work progress for both semester 7 and 8 will be assessed by the project supervisor. The
project work starts by students handling in their project proposals to the Project Coordinators at
the beginning of semester 7. At the end of semester 7, students are required to submit a
preliminary report to the supervisors for evaluation.

Upon completion of the project at the end semester 8, students will demonstrate their projects to
their project supervisors and there will be a question and answer session during the demonstration.
Students are also required to produce a technical paper based on the project. The technical paper
and presentation will be evaluated by a panel of evaluators from members of the Faculty. Students
are also required to produce a complete report on the project conducted. The length of the report
should be between 50 to 100 pages. The report will be evaluated by the supervisor and a panel of
evaluators
FACILITIES

The faculty is equipped with sufficient resources, facilities with experienced laboratory assistances
catering for the current needs in the curriculum of Electrical Engineering.

List of laboratories at Fakulti Kejututeraan Elektrik


No. Lab No. Electronics Laboratories Quantity
1 0.51 Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Workshop 1
2 1.28 Surface Mount Technology (SMT) Workshop 1
3 1.44 Soldering, Drilling and Testing (SDT) Workshop 1
4 1.47 Basic Electronics Laboratory 1
5 1.49 Intermediate Electronics Laboratory 1
6 1.50 Advanced Electronics Laboratory 2 1
7 1.56 Digital Electronics Laboratory 1
8 2.10 IC Design Laboratory 1
9 2.12 Applied Electronics Laboratory 1
10 2.13 Electronics System Design Laboratory 1
No. Lab No. Power Laboratories Quantity
11 0.41 Electrical Machines Laboratory 1 1
12 0.45 Power Electronics Laboratory 1
13 0.46 Electrical Energy Utilization Laboratory 1
14 0.47 Power System Laboratory 1
15 0.48 High Voltage Engineering Laboratory 1
16 0.52 Power Quality Analysis Laboratory 1
17 0.53 Electrical Installation Laboratory 1
No. Lab No. System Laboratories Quantity
18 0.40 Pneumatic and Hydraulic Laboratory 1
19 0.43 Robotics Workshop 1
20 1.41 Microcontroller Laboratory 1
21 1.46 Industrial Automation Laboratory 1
22 2.49 Automatic Controls Laboratory 1
23 2.59 Instrumentation and Measurement Laboratory 1
24 3.43 Robotics and Automation Laboratory 1
25 3.44 Biomedical Laboratory 1
No. Lab No. Communication Laboratories Quantity
26 2.05 Microwave Laboratory 1
27 2.06 Mobile Radio Laboratory 1
28 2.09 Optical Fiber Laboratory 1
29 2.60 Digital Communication Laboratory 1
30 2.62 Telecommunication Laboratory 1
31 9.23 RF Shield Laboratory 1

No. Lab No. Computer Laboratories Quantity


32 1.45 Embedded System Design Laboratory 1
33 1.55 Microprocessor Laboratory 1
34 2.14 Software Engineering Laboratory 1
35 2.15 Computing and Simulation Laboratory 1
36 3.40 CISCO Academy 1

No. Lab No. Research Laboratories Quantity


37 3.42a Electrical Engineering Postgraduate Research Laboratory 1
38 3.42b Advance Control System and Computing Research Group 2
39 FKE Bertam Advance Rehabilitation Engineering and Medical Imaging Research Group 1
40 FKE Bertam Rehabilitation Engineering Clinic 1
41 FKE Bertam Biomedical and Medical Imaging Laboratory 1

TOTAL 43
APPENDIX A.

LIST OF LECTURERS

Department of Electronic Engineering

NO. LECTURER NAME POSITION TEL. ROOM NO.


1 Mohammad Nizam Ibrahim (Dr) SENIOR LECTURER 2828/2534 7.18/4.34(BA)
2 Alhan Farhanah Abd Rahim (Dr) SENIOR LECTURER 2565 3.2 (BA)
3 Irni Hamiza Hamzah (Dr) SENIOR LECTURER 2564 3.20 (BA)
4 Linda Mohd Kasim SENIOR LECTURER 3364 4.38
5 Lyly Nyl Ismail SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
6 Mohd Hanapiah Abdullah SENIOR LECTURER
7 Nazirah Mohamad Kasim SENIOR LECTURER 2627 2.23 (BA)
8 Norsabrina Sihab SENIOR LECTURER 3355 4.27
9 Nor Shahanim Mohamad Hadis SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
10 Rihana Yusuf SENIOR LECTURER 2790/3419 7.32/4.74
11 Rosfariza Radzali SENIOR LECTURER 6086
12 Yusnita Mohd Ali SENIOR LECTURER 5022
13 Asmalia Zanal LECTURER 2823/3356 7.13/4.28
14 Aida Zulia Zulhanip LECTURER 3358 4.30
15 Emilia Noorsal LECTURER 2549 4.49(BA)
16 Mohaiyedin Idris LECTURER 2780/3427 7.09/5.14
17 Mohd Hussaini Abbas LECTURER 2518 4.18(BA)
18 Musa Mohamed Zahidi LECTURER 2634 2.17 (BA)
19 Nor Fadzilah Mokhtar LECTURER 3364 4.38
20 Samsul bin Setumin LECTURER 2775/3359 7.07/4.83
21 Shahilah Nordin LECTURER 3384 4.67
22 Sharifah Saliha Syed Bahrom LECTURER 3405 4.98
Department of Power Engineering

NO. LECTURER NAME POSITION TEL. ROOM NO.


1 Mohamad Adha Mohamad Idin LECTURER 3401 4.92
2 Ngah Ramzi Hamzah (Prof. Madya Dr.) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DM 54 5.25
3 Madya Mohd Zaki Abdullah (Prof. Madya) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DM53 3333 5.08
4 Anuar Mohamad @ Ahmad (Dr.) SENIOR LECTURER 2606 1.60 (BA)
5 Ir.Harapajan Singh Nagindar Singh SENIOR LECTURER 3349 4.91
6 Kamarulazhar Daud SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
7 Mohd Affandi Shafie SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
8 Mohd Najib Mohd Hussain SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
9 Noor Azila Ismail SENIOR LECTURER 2817 1.17 (BA)
10 Nur Ashida Salim SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
11 Ahmad Asri Abd Samat LECTURER Study Leave
12 Azahar Taib LECTURER (Contract)DM45 3342 4.87
13 Nor Adni Mat Leh LECTURER 2509 4.9(BA)
14 Nur Atharah Kamarzaman LECTURER (Temporary) DM45 2.14 (BA)
15 Norhalida Othman LECTURER (Temporary) DM45 2537 4.37 (BA)
16 Nurlida Ismail LECTURER 2510 4.10 (BA)
17 Nurul Huda Ishak LECTURER 2708 5.31
18 Pais Saedin LECTURER (Contract)DM45 3401 4.92
19 Saodah Omar LECTURER 3363 4.37
20 Siti Salwa Mat Isa LECTURER 3384 4.67
21 Siti Solehah Md Ramli LECTURER 3339 4.11
22 Badrul Hisham Mat Tahir LECTURER 3391 4.75
23 Aimi Idzwan Tajudin LECTURER (Contract) DM41 04-5402422 PERDA 2
24 Saadiah Mohd Said LECTURER (Temporary) DM41 3355 4.27
25 Murad Abdul Majid LECTURER 3338 4.10
26 Wan Salha Saidon LECTURER 3358 4.30
27 'Adilwafi bin Abdullah ASSISTANT LECTURER DM 29 2921 1.53
28 En.Mohd Hafeez bin Abu Hassan ASSISTANT LECTURER DM 29 013-3097239 2921
Department of Systems Engineering

NO. LECTURER NAME POSITION TEL. ROOM NO.


1 Norhazimi Hamzah LECTURER 2537 4.37 (BA)
2 Afaf Rozan Mohd Radzol SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
3 Mohamad Faizal Abd Rahman SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
4 Nor Salwa Damanhuri SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
5 Rozan Boudville SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
6 Saiful Zaimy Yahaya SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
7 Siti Noraini Sulaiman (Dr.) SENIOR LECTURER 2628 7.16/2.24 (BA)
8 Zakaria Hussain (Dr.) SENIOR LECTURER 2610/3336 1.10 (BA)
9 Zuraidi Saad SENIOR LECTURER 3342 4.87
10 Adi Izhar Bin Che An LECTURER 3363 4.37
11 Anis Diyana Rosli LECTURER 3352 4.05
12 Azhar Effendi Md Saad LECTURER (Contract) DM45 3369 4.43
13 Belinda Chong Chiew Meng LECTURER 3352 4.05
14 Iza Sazanita Isa LECTURER 3412 4.105
15 Khairul Azman Ahmad LECTURER 3335 4.07
16 Mohamed Mydin bin M.Abdul Kader LECTURER (Contract) DM45 3337 4.09
17 Mohd Firdaus Abdullah LECTURER 4.1(BA)
18 Muhammad Khusairi Osman (Dr) LECTURER Study Leave
19 Nadiah Ismail LECTURER 2791/3412 7.33/4.105
20 Nor Azlan Othman LECTURER 2831 7.28/4.75
21 Nik Mohd Asrol Alias LECTURER 2787/3348 7.29/4.88
22 Rizal Mat Jusoh LECTURER 3360 4.34
23 Rohaiza Baharudin LECTURER 3409 4.102
24 Nuryanti Mohd Salleh LECTURER (Contract) DM41 2921 1.53
25 Siti Saffura Sharipuddin ASSISTANT LECTURER DM 29 2791/3412 7.33/4.105
Department of Communications Engineering

NO. LECTURER NAME POSITION TEL. ROOM NO.


1 Ali Othman (Dr.) LECTURER 2507 4.7(BA)
2 Rusnani Ariffin (Prof. Madya) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 3300 5.26
3 Ahmad Rashidy Razali (Dr.) SENIOR LECTURER 2630 2.18 (BA)
4 Aslina Abu Bakar (Dr.) SENIOR LECTURER 2568 4.33 (BA)
5 Norhayati Mohamad Noor SENIOR LECTURER 3374 4.51
6 Aiza Mahyuni Mozi LECTURER 2509 4.9(BA)
7 Azwati Azmin LECTURER 2629 2.6 (BA)
8 Dayang Suhaida Awang Damit LECTURER 3339 4.11
9 Fadila Mohd Atan LECTURER 2631 2.16 (BA)
10 Fatimah Zaharah Ali LECTURER 2632 2.9 (BA)
11 Hasnain Abdullah@Idris (Haji) LECTURER 3422
12 Ida Rahayu Mohamed Nordin LECTURER 3348 4.88
13 Juliana Md.Sharif LECTURER 2789 7.31/4.37(BA)
14 Najwa Rawaida Ahmad@Ahmad Fauzi LECTURER 2632 2.9 (BA)
15 Noor Hafizah Khairul Anuar LECTURER 2631 2.16 (BA)
16 Normasni Ad Fauzi LECTURER 3369 4.43
17 Rabiatul Adawiah Akhbar LECTURER 2537 4.37 (BA)
18 Roslan Seman LECTURER 2533 4.33(BA)
19 Samihah Abdullah LECTURER Study Leave
20 Zafirah Binti Faiza LECTURER 2708 5.31
21 Mohd Khairill Nizam Mohd Fazil LECTURER 2921 1.53
Department of Computer Engineering

NO. LECTURER NAME POSITION TEL. ROOM NO.


1 Zainal Hisham Che Soh (Dr) SENIOR LECTURER 2824/3422 7.14/4.32(BA)
2 Ahmad Puad Ismail SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
3 Fadzil Dato'Ahmad SENIOR LECTURER 2567 3.4 (BA)
4 Intan Rahayu Ibrahim SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
5 Mohd Daud bin Alang Hassan SENIOR LECTURER Study Leave
6 Aini Hafizah Mohd Saod LECTURER 2517 4.17(BA)
7 Azizah Ahmad LECTURER 3360 4.34
8 Faridah Abdul Razak LECTURER 3340 4.12
9 Mohd Halim Mohd Noor LECTURER 3335 4.07
10 Mohd Ikmal Fitri Marzuki LECTURER 2790/3359 7.08/4.83
11 Nur Athiqah Haron LECTURER 2517 4.17(BA)
12 Saiful Fadzli Salian LECTURER 2830 7.27
13 Shabinar Abd Hamid LECTURER 2647 2.14(BA)
14 Shahidah Sadimin LECTURER 3340 4.12
15 Siti Azura Ramlan LECTURER 2513 4.13(BA)
16 Abdul Rahim Ahmad (Haji) LECTURER 3411 4.104
17 Mahizan Ab.Manan ASSISTANT LECTURER DM 29 3409 4.102